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Social Security Disability 2018: From Administrative Proceedings to Federal Practice

March 16 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Why You Should Attend

This program will address the basics of Social Security law and practice and how to represent clients with disabilities who are seeking benefits or appealing benefit claim denials. The application and appeals process can be confusing and difficult for the many claimants for disability benefits who cannot afford legal representation, and representation by counsel can make the difference. At this program, experienced practitioners will discuss fundamentals, evolving issues, and practical considerations for representing clients with disabilities who need representation, particularly when the claimant is appealing an unfavorable decision to an Administrative Law Judge or for further review.

What You Will Learn

An overview of Social Security eligibility and applications
How to handle an administrative hearing and best practices
Appeals Council: What is it and best practices
Federal court appeals and practice
How to be an effective advocate for your client
The role of pro bono counsel in social security disability cases

Who Should Attend

Attorneys interested in providing pro bono representation and attorneys already working with clients with disabilities will benefit from the program.

NC CLE credit pending.

To register: https://www.pli.edu/Content/Seminar/Social_Security_Disability_2018_From_Administrative/_/N-4kZ1z10164?ID=320502&t=YLQ8_8AEM1&utm_source=8AEM1&utm_medium=EMAIL&utm_campaign=YLQ8&spMailingID=12670575&spUserID=MTk1MjIzNjgxMjI0S0&spJobID=1320137643&spReportId=MTMyMDEzNzY0MwS2

CLE Credit Provided for Attendance: No

Fee Required for Attendance: No

Registration Required for Attendance: Yes